Directions in Psychiatry at a GlanceEating Disorders: Not Just a Diet Gone Wrong
Defining Food Addiction and Assessing Its Role in Treatment
Alterations in Brain Reward Systems in Preclinical Models of Disordered Eating
Global Issues on Eating Disorders and Food Addiction
Current and Future Treatment of Obesity
Pegylated Interferon Plus Ribavirin: The Backbone of Triple Therapy for HCV Genotype 1 & Current Standard of Treatment for Non-1 HCV Genotypes
Candidates for Triple Therapy: Who to Consider for Treatment
Clinical Implications of Impaired Fear Extinction in Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)
Emotional Effects of Financial Misfortune in Low-Economic Populations
Thyroid Dysfunction as a Contributor to Mood, Anxiety, and Psychotic Disorders
Current Psychiatric Morbidity and Aggression/Impulsivity in Child and Adolescent Suicide and ADHD
New Research on Impulsivity and Suicide Attempt in a Community Sample of Youth
Apathy in Parkinson's Disease: Dimensions, Diagnosis, and Consequences
Addressing the "isms": Cultural Competence in Practice
The HIV/AIDS Epidemic and the Role of Psychiatric Treatment
Safety or Care: Addressing the Dual Relationship Problem in Forensic and Correctional Practice
An Acceptance-Based Behavior Model for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
The Efficiency of Mental Health Integration in Primary Health Care: A Ten-Year Study
Association of Typical versus Atypical Anti-Psychotics with Symptoms and Quality of Life in Schizophrenia
If You Could Only Choose Five Psychotropic Medicines: Updating the Inter-Agency Emergency Health Kit
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CME Credits: 40 Category 1 CME credits
Multiple-Choice Questions: 4 per lesson
Estimated Time to complete each Lesson: 2 hours
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Editor's Note with Learning Objectives
Volume 32 CME Lessons:
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